The Master's degree programme in Chemical and Process Engineering, which builds on the Bachelor's degree, aims to enable graduates to carry out independent, scientifically based research and development work. To this end, the first master's semesters provide significantly more in-depth knowledge and methods specific to chemical and bioengineering than the bachelor's programme. Advanced basic modules serve as the basis for the various specialisation options. In the central course with practical training in process and plant technology, students gain an insight into pilot plants and learn how to work with a process control system. The contents of the Master's programme can be individually selected from a range of over 100 modules from a wide variety of subject areas. The main focus of the Master's programme is on two specialisation subjects, which often point the way to a later career choice. Minor subjects and interdisciplinary qualifications offer additional insight into other subject areas.
At a glance
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
4 Semester (Vollzeitstudium)
Höheres Fachsemester: nicht zulassungsbeschränkt
Höheres Fachsemester: zum Winter- und Sommersemester
Höheres Fachsemester: 30. September für das Wintersemester, 31. März für das Sommersemester